The importance of film literacy and the challenges it faces.
FRED at School conference
Creative Europe’s growing interest in audience development in the audiovisual sector.
A short discussion on the subject of audiovisual accessibility with focus on inclusion for the hearing impaired.
Film as a way of promoting cultural ideas and different perspectives. FRED at School as a way for young students to interact with one another and learn about different cultural backgrounds.
The first results of a work in progress analysis on film literacy among teenage students based on the first edition of FRED at School
An analysis on how the participating students of different countries reacted to the different films of the FRED at School project and their content.
Film literacy presenting film as a language to be understood with future ambitions of developing ways in which it might teach future generations to speak it.
How cinema can play a great role in the debate and reflection on Europe and its future.
Sponsors of the FRED at School project, representing the international minority language film community.
The challenge of teaching the art of film to an “impatient generation”